[Spoiler warning: Under no circumstances read on if you haven't played right to the end of No More Heroes yet. Doing so will make you cry. We can virtually guarrantee it.]
Okay, so you've fought your way right through to the end of the game. You've marvelled at the crazy invention and lunatic imagination on show. You've been thrilled by the katana-swinging, bad guy-exploding action. You've grooved to the soundtrack, you've run that bike over more people than you can remember, and you've loved every last minute of it. Then you get to the last boss, expecting some kind of imminent resolution to the whole glorious, insane ride, and well... The end of No More Heroes throws a spanner the side of a T-rex's thigh bone into the works.
Not only does the last pre-fight cut-scene give you a whole new, completely unexpected plot-line to deal with, it refuses to explain the reasons for any of it, hiding it all in an incomprehensible fast-forwarded section. And it makes it sound so juicy too. Oh SUDA, you are such a scamp. Now hold still while we throw things at you.
Fear not though, as feeling your pain we took the liberty of recording said mind-bursting plot revelation and slowing it down to a sensible pace. So here, we present Jeane's explanation to Travis of her presence, the nature of his relationship with her, and let's face it, essentially the reasons for everything that happens in the whole damn game. Be warned, she was absolutely right when she said it would bump the age rating up.